Item #: 11790675A
23" x 28"
20" x 24" without border
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High-quality printing gives this fine art print its vivid and sharp appearance. Produced on medium weight cover stock, this art reproduction is coated with a silken finish that protects the inks and creates an elegant look. The versatile art print strikes a balance between quality and affordability.
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“Open Window” by Pierre Bonnard (1867 – 1947) typifies his exuberant interplay of dazzling beacons of light and color. Relishing solitude, Bonnard portrayed nature in this piece as seen from the interior of a house. His seclusion is suggested by the larger space Bonnard devotes to the walls of the room, rather than to the outdoor scene framed by the window. Delighting in everyday life, Bonnard placed a woman playing with a cat at the outermost edge of the frame. The presence of the domestic cat represents the safety of home, contrasting with the wildness of nature looming beyond the window.
By distancing himself from the world, artist Pierre Bonnard achieved an introspection that generated a wellspring of diverse styles. Delighting in the trivia of everyday life, Bonnard (1867 – 1947) elevated it to the level of art. Many of his interiors exhibit a joyous brilliance, with light and color streaming through stained glass. In his 20s, Bonnard joined the Nabis (meaning “prophets”), a group of artists interested in manipulating color and composition to evoke a particular mood. Bonnard’s remarkable, stylistic diversity also included furniture and textile design, book illustration, stained-glass work, lithography and stage set painting.
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